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questioning family members where james holmes grew up. >> this family is very upset and taken everyone by surprise. >> the family saying our hearts go out to those involved and to the families and friends of those involved, our family is cooperating with authorities in san diego, california and in aurora, colorado. and as a teenager james holmes attended west view high school. he was a member of the school's soccer team and those who few him say he was a bright boy. >> i remember jimmy being diet. very smart. >> after high school james holmes accepted in uc riverside. the chancellor says the school is in shock. >> here is an honor student. so academically he was at the top of the top. and he -- he really just distinguished himself from an academic point of view during four years with us. >> i just can't understand what turns a young man in this case from being a good student, from growing up in a good neighborhood, and then, going off to school and... what happened? i don't know. >> and the question you've posed why, that is the question that haunts the family. and the family and frien
's what jameless holmes was charged with. prosecutor home it is going to help get a conviction. he was charged are of -- 142 crimes. >> james holmes looked the same in court. dazed and confused with brightt orange hair, only this time cameras were not allowed inside. the prosecution laid out 142 charges against him. two murder counsels for each death. 116 criminal attempts to commit murder in the first-degree . one count of felony of explosive device. >> many of the victims and their family from the movie massacre heard the killer speak for the first time. the judge asked holmes in -- if he wanted to waive his right to a speedy trial. he said yes. >> he should be locked away and life with what he did every day of his life. >> when the judge mentioned the death penalty holmes looked rightt at him. the journal was ordered returned. >> resentments that anyone would take away someone's life for going to the movies. i felt sorry for him in a sense that this was a brilliant person that could have done good. >> it was a silent message for holmes in court, a man who told police he was the
in a crowded movie theater, james holmes appeared disoriented and groggy. and abc 7 news has been covering this story in colorado since friday. >> nobody really knew what to expect from the defendant today. and the suspected shooter that is james hoemtz holmes, it seemed to be odd when we did see him in court. he has not been charged. it was an advisement which is a chance for a judge to read him his rights. the 24-year-old james holmes sat silent in front of the judge during a court appearance. >> police believe he shot and killed 12 people, wounding 58 more inside of an aurora movie theater. some victims and families came to dourt take a look at the accused who at times appeared to almost doze off. >> i kind of feel like i make sure that justice is taken with this man. and this support, everybody that has been through this. >> the court date is in a week but charges could change. >> this investigation doesn't stop. it will continue. and so as we find more information we want to make sure we've got the right charges. >> the district attorney says it's important they treat holmes as any de
are outside the apartment of james holmes which is full of chemical, trip wires and explosives. but a major threat has been removed today. technicians say the apartment was wired to kill whoever entered it. they had to get past a trip wire at the door, then disarm an explosive device before blowing up another. >> it went very, very well. the threat has not been completely eliminated. it has been significantly reduced. >> authorities say holmes was planning his attack for months based on the number of deliveries to his apartment and work. chemicals and materials. the chemicals were taken to a remote location to be blown up. >>> all 12 victims have been identified. the youngest is six-year-old veronica moser. her mom is in critical condition. air force sergeant jesse child did he say, and two others were also killed. blunk shield his girlfriend. rebecca wingo leaves behind two children. gordon cowden and alexander tekes died. the other victims are jessica gawri and others. mcquinn dove in front of his girlfriend to protect her. from new york to the bay area action there isen increased police
'll have the latest at 11:00. live in colorado. >> alan: today we're seeing and hearing james holmes for the first time. abc news obtained this tape of him as an 18-year-old speaking to a group of his peers at a science camp in san diego in 2006. >> in personal life he enjoys playing soccer and strategy game and his dream is to own a slurpee machine. >> i'm james. i have been working with temp poarl illusion, an illusion that allows you to shape the past. >> police say holme has not been cooperating with authorities. >> abc-7 will have continues coverage of the colorado theater massacre and you can get the later on abc7news.com. >> the presidential campaign is coming to the bay area tomorrow. president obama is scheduled to land at sfo in a few hours. the president will be staying at the intercontinental hotel, where "no parking" signs are posted. tomorrow night mr. obama will attend a concert fundraiser at the fox theater in oakland. the streets will be offlimits to traffic during the visit, particularly broadway, telegraph, and san pablo avenue. >> g.o.p. contender mitt romney is i
the university of colorado at denver from releasing any records about the suspected shooter james holmes. holmes entered the program in neuroscience there in june but was in the process of dropping out. a judge says releasing the information would impede the investigation. the fbi is examining a notebook sent to a psychiatrist at the school believed to contain detail asks drawings about how holmes planned to kill people. >> they're going to go through it and look for preplanning. >> one of the 12 people killed in the shooting was laid to rest in denver. 58 others are still recovering from injuries. >> there is mitt romney in the center of a fire storm in london after questioning whether londan was ready to host the olympics. romney brought up problem was security and later backed away from the comments saying he expects the games to be highly successful. >> my experience as olympic organizer is that there are a few small things that end up going not quite right in the first day or so. >> many british politicians are lobbying for what he said. >> mitt romney wants to know whether or not we're rea
been more bizarre behavior from shooting suspect james holmes. holmes is spitting at jail officers so frequently they've norsed to yut a spis quart and law enforcement forces says hoemtz turned evidence bags into puppets. survivors are remembering those who died including victims who sacrifice bid shielding loved ones. >> he would do anything for me. you know? he told me that, too. and just, i wish coy have protected him the same way he protected me. >> her boyfriend saved her life. today star christian bale visited shooting survivors and families. warner brothers says the actor was not representing the studio. >> gun sales have soared in colorado since the theater massacre, checks for people waiting to buy guns jumped more than 41% after the shooting. one worker near denver said there were to people waiting outside the store before it opened monday morning. instructors say they're seeing an increased interest for training require forward a concealed weapons permit. >> there is more information on all of the shooting victims for you on abc 7 news.com and stay with us for developments
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rods in sonoma at 11:00. >> tk├║ >> ama: coming up at 11:00, the latest on james holme prepares to be arraigned in court. encouraging news for the economy as house sales jump tonight at 11:00. >>> the "the dark knight rises" is number one for a second week in a row. the latest in the batman series. but in another $64 million this weekend for a total of 289 million in just ten days. but the movie is still lagging behind the staggering numbers of the predecessor, "the dark night" ice age is second with 13.3 million, the watch opened in third with 13 million. revolution, the fourth film in the franchise, in fourth. and ted, with $7 million. that's us for us at 6:00. our next newscast is at 11:00. don't pouring but our cool new alarm clock app for the iphone. download it for fro from the >> right now, hollywood heavyweights stir up some supernatural trouble in "the watch." >> that's not true. >> we are nothing but outstanding citizens in this movie. >> sigourney weaver gets into politics. >> it's very, very juicy, delicious stuff. >> working it, with "the babymakers." >> i like to s
holmes sent the university of colorado a package of materials describing what is about to happen. but no one opened it. abc news learned hoevmz bought the rifle june 7th hours after failing a key oral exam at the school. pemplts say it's possible he had an under lying mental illness that was triggered by the stress of failure. >> those things could make a dormant schizophrenia type of genetic predisposition come out relatively quickly. >> mourners came to the first memorial services for victims today thchl is for a 51-year-old gordon cowden taking his kids to see batman. they escaped, unharmed. >> calls for calm tonight from the mother of a man killed by anaheim police after protests against shooting turned violent. some clashed with officers last night and 24 people were arrested and at least five hurt. there are two separate fatal shootings and one victim was unarmed. his family is suing the city for $50 million. and spoke out today against the unrest. >> and we want peaceful justice and doing things within the law. we want officers in question to be arrested for their executio
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